Food habits of the women have most likely had their effects on the IVF cycle. There are some guidelines that help women to be successful at their IVF cycle.
Taking more water
Drinking more water aids the causes of infertility and women should take care about their dehydration at the time of IVF. Fertility specialists recommend women take more pure water and it is recommended to take 8 full glasses of water a day.
Avoiding saturated fats is recommended. Taking unsaturated fats and fatty acids is good for the body and these also help in digesting nutrient contained food.
Protein intake is very necessary for producing high quality hormones and eggs, which plays a key role in the reproduction. Increase the intake of nuts, legumes, which have high protein content.
Women should take healthy carbohydrates during IVF as they act as a fuel for daily activities.
A healthy diet must contain fresh vegetables, leafy vegetables, fruits and nuts help in boosting the reproductive health.
Women who underwent IVF process must take at least 15 mg of Zinc a day as it is essential in IVF diet. Potatoes, whole grains, nuts, beans, etc are rich in Zinc.
A balanced diet from the shown 5 groups will help in a successful journey to a successful IVF process.
Foods to avoid during IVF treatment
- Avoid soy products
- Avoid non natural sugars intake as drinks or as food
- Reduce intake of caffeine or tea
Avoid alcohol and smoking
- Avoid eating papaya, as papaya causes miscarriage risk